|Quality in Communication Research and Education: A European Perspective - Amherst Media|
Featuring Francois HeinderyckxIntroduction by Jan Servaes. Taped by Jim LescaultEdited by Brian Terril
Keywords: Communication; research; education; Francois; Heinderyckx; Jim Lescault; Amherst Media
|The 4th International Forum on Public Relations and Advertising: Opening|
âTHE FUTURE OF US-CHINESE MEDIA COMMUNICATION AND PUBLIC DIPLOMACY IN A POST-CRISIS WORLDâ held at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, USA 23-25 August 2011
Keywords: amherst media; china; conference; umass; amherst; diplomacy; communication; media
|Key News: Jan Servaes - Amherst Media|
Jim Lescault talks with Jan Servaes, former UMass Professor of Communication, visiting from the City University of Hong Kong.
Keywords: jim lescault; jan servaes; key news; communication; communication for sustainable social change; city university of hong kong; amherst media
|CSSC Encounters: Fadia Hasan - Amherst Media|
Professor Jan Servaes, Chair Professor and Head of the Department of Media and Communication at the City University of Hong Kong, talks with Fadia Hasan, PhD candidate at UMass Amherst, about her latest work with BGreen. BGreen is an interdisciplinary environmental youth action initiative that was developed as the critical action research component for the Fadia's dissertation. It was designed to target environmental challenges (especially climate change) in Bangladesh...
Keywords: jan servaes; cssc; encounters; communication for sustainable social change; city university of hong kong; communication; media; fadia hasan; umass amherst; bangladesh; fair trade; amherst; amherst media
|BGreen: Dr. Leda Cooks & Deborah Habib - Amherst Media|
Fadia Hasan talks with Dr. Leda Cooks, Professor of Communication at UMass, and Deborah Habib, Executive Director of Seeds of Solidarity, to talk about Food Justice, Critical Pedagogy and Local Action.
Keywords: bgreen; fadia hasan; leda cooks; umass; communication; deborah habib; seeds of solidarity; food justice; critical pedagogy; local action; amherst; amherst media